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Actor Bruce Cabot

Bruce Cabot

  • Birth name:

    Etienne Pelissier Jacques de Bujac

  • Date of Birth:

    3 May 1904 Carlsbad, New Mexico, USA

  • Height:

    6' 1½" (1.87 m)

Biography:

Hollywood stalwart Bruce Cabot's main claim to fame, other than rescuing Fay Wray from King Kong (1933), is that he tested for the lead role of The Ringo Kid in John Ford's Western masterpiece Stagecoach (1939). John Wayne got the role and became the most durable star in Hollywood history, while Cabot (eventually) found himself a new drinking partner when the two co-starred in Angel and the Badman (1947). In the latter stages of his career, Cabot could rely on Wayne for a supporting part in one... more

Filmography

Aсtor (23)

Movie

Year

Movie Diamonds Are Forever Diamonds Are Forever

as Saxby

1971
Movie Big Jake Big Jake

as Sam Sharpnose

1971
Movie The Undefeated The Undefeated

as Sgt. Jeff Newby

1969
Movie Hellfighters Hellfighters

as Joe Horn

1968
Movie The Green Berets The Green Berets

as Col. Morgan

1968
Movie The War Wagon The War Wagon

as Pierce

1967
Movie Cat Ballou Cat Ballou

as Sheriff Maledon

1965
Movie Black Spurs Black Spurs

as Henderson

1965
Movie In Harm's Way In Harm's Way

as Quartermaster Quoddy

1965
Movie McLintock! McLintock!

as Ben Sage

1963
Movie Hatari! Hatari!

as Little Wolf aka The Indian

1962
Movie The Comancheros The Comancheros

as Maj. Henry (Ranger CO)

1961
Movie Lost in Alaska Lost in Alaska

as Jake Stillman

1952
Movie Fancy Pants Fancy Pants

as Cart Belknap

1950
Movie Sorrowful Jones Sorrowful Jones

as Big Steve Holloway

1949
Movie Angel and the Badman Angel and the Badman

as Laredo Stevens

1947
Movie Susan and God Susan and God

as Michael O'Hara

1940
Movie Fury Fury

as Kirby Dawson

1936
Movie Murder on the Blackboard Murder on the Blackboard

as Addison 'Ad' Stevens

1934
Movie Ann Vickers Ann Vickers

as Captain Lafe Resnick

1933
Movie King Kong King Kong

as John 'Jack' Driscoll

1933